Tuesday, March 30 2021

What happens when someone you know died in Thailand but is not a Thai national? Recently, many people came forward with this question: what would happen if their dad died in Thailand without having a Thai nationality? How would the property of the deceased person be divided among his legal heirs …

Acting with due diligence when entering into a transaction with another material can save you from risks and liabilities. When acting with due diligence, you need to make sure that all the particulars of the agreement or transaction are not in contravention with Thai law, and that …

While Thai property laws prevent a foreigner from purchasing a property in Thailand there are legal ways of buying a condo in Thailand as there are fewer constraints on nationality under the Condominium Act on ownership and other areas …

In order to transfer property in Thailand after the death of a person, it is necessary to obtain a court order after it has been proven that the person receiving the property is a legal heir or that his name was stated in the deceased person’s will. In situations where …

When a foreigner wants to buy land in Thailand, he undergoes a set of custom duties, laws, and other taxes that are a must to be paid. The registration of property in Thailand is very much intricate and many things are involved in it …

Are you a foreigner who wants to know how to make a will in Thailand? If yes, then you have come to the right place to learn all about Last Will and Testament in Thailand. What is meant by estate planning in Thailand? Estate planning is a common concept in Thailand according to which the …

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